Monthly Archives: May 2015
Brave Jackson Rochford is left with painful blisters and his fragile flesh tears whenever he changes clothes or feels the slighest touch. The tot can't wear jeans or any rough materials because they make his skin peel and chafe.
The man appears to use only his left hand to cling on to the outside of a third floor flat while wiping the windows with his other hand. Witnesses said he left the property through the window before carrying out the dangerous task, branding him "fearless" but "stupid".
The incredible footage sees stuntman Adrian 'Wildman' Cenni swooping through the skies - surfing clouds not waves. He is filmed being swept up to 6,000 feet to glide over the horizon at 80mph under the stunning sunshine.
Philip Dunning, 44, was calm when he called up the National Lottery, before joking that he was "shaking like a leaf". The former shift-manager at a food processing factory ended up quitting his job of 15 years because of the win.
Devoted Terry Henderson, 76, spends 12 hours a week looking after the pitch at lowly Hallen FC, despite walking with the aid of sticks. He regularly drives the tractor to cut the grass and lives in a mobile home next to the rural ground outside Bristol.
James Callan and his partner Lauren thought it was a "joke" when bungling council workers installed the parking prevention measure outside their home. They've now been told they are breaking the law by using the driveway as it is inside the yellow lines and by attempting to drive on or off their own land they will be making an illegal "vehicle crossing".
In a brutally honest interview, tearful Calum reveals that the footballing superstar would only be sober enough to talk to him for just TWO HOURS a day. And he says he grew up thinking HE was to blame for the drink problems which ultimately drove his father to an early grave.
Channel 5 show The Hotel Inspector hosted by Alex Polizzi visited the Little Thatch Inn in Quedgely, Glos., to brint it into the 2st century with some modern upgrades.
Lisa Bailey was at Langney Primary School to wave her 11-year-old daughter Abbie off on a week-long school trip when her baby son Kayden-Jay became irritable and hungry. The mum-of-four went to the back of the assembly hall to "discreetly" feed the one year-old just before school started on Monday morning.